cable bend

cable bend

[′kā·bəl ‚bend]
(naval architecture)
A small rope used to tie the end of a cable into a loop to secure an anchor.
A knot used to attach a cable to an anchor.
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cable bend radius and strain relief to ensure a compliant and well-organised
In combination with Corning's ClearCurve(TM) fibre, this system combines the advantages of a 'plug & play' approach with excellent cable bend performance.
The management systems maintain the proper cable bend radius for CAT 5e, 6 and 6A cables, are available in single-sided or double-sided, horizontal or vertical, and are EIA compliant.
This depth reduction helps overcome installation challenges when mounting category 7A TERA outlets into shallow back boxes while reducing the cable bend radius requirement for larger diameter, higher performing category 7A shielded cables.
As fiber counts and density continue to increase, vertical and horizontal cable-management space at the termination and distribution locations is at a premium, with the increasing challenge of maintaining minimum cable bend radius.
For example, allowing us longer link distances, providing cable bend flexibility, better in-cabinet cable management, and scalability for use in our multi-story data center.
The downward-facing option for receptacles and data jacks improves connection reliability and creates more space inside the raceway to meet cable bend radius requirements.
The space-saving design of the new MDR Camera Link Full Configuration Cable - Right Angle Exit allows direct cable drops by virtually eliminating the cable bend radius requirements of traditional straight exit products, enabling tighter equipment placement and freeing up valuable manufacturing floor space for other uses.
It includes corner fittings with a built-in minimum cable bend radius of 1 1/4 inch, exceeding copper and fiber bend requirements.
25" minimum bend radius to accommodate all copper and fiber cable bend requirements.
By helping control cable bend radius, CPI Cable Management Products assist customers in meeting ANSI/TIA/EIA installation guidelines for Cat 6a cabling and fiber, ensuring that customer installations meet or exceed industry standards.
The system uses an adhesive back to simplify installation, and is designed to maintain minimum cable bend radii, even when filled to capacity.